September 23, 2016

This Week's New Albums: September 23rd 2016
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by Tom Goodwyn

hmv London; 23/09/2016

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This Week's New Albums: September 23rd 2016

Passenger, Shawn Mendes, Bruce Springsteen and Warpaint are among the artist's with new albums out this week. 

Illuminate

Shawn Mendes - Illuminate

Virgin EMI

The Canadian teen sensation unveils his second studio album, which features hit single 'Treat You Better'. Click here to read our full preview

A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings

Beach Slang - A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings

Big Scary Monsters

The Philadelphia alt rockers return with a brand new album. 

The Black Parade / Living with Ghosts (The 10th Anniversary Edition)

My Chemical Romance - The Black Parade/Living With Ghosts

Warner Bros

The band's hugely successful 2006 album gets a re-release with a bonus disc complete with 11 never before heard demos, rarities and songs from The Black Parade recording sessions.

idina.

Idina Menzel - idina

Warner Bros Records

The songstress, best known as the voice of megahit single 'Let It Go', releases her fifth studio album. 

Natural Causes

Skylar Grey - Natural Causes

Interscope

The sultry singer unveils her third studio album, which features a collaboration with Eminem. 

A Better World

Chris De Burgh - A Better World

Butler Records

The crooner unveils his 21st studio album this week. 

Broken Lines

Giraffe Tongue Orchestra - Broken Lines

Party Smasher Inc

Mastodon's Brent Hinds, The Dillinger Escape Plan's Ben Weinman, William Duvall from Alice in Chains, Pete Griffin from Dethklok and The Mars Volta's Thomas Pridgen unite for this new album. 

Melt

Boxed In - Melt

Nettwerk

Experimental singer Oli Bayston unveils his second full-length LP this week. 

Crown Feral

Trap Them - Crown Feral

Prosthetic Records

The grindcore punks drop their fifth LP this week. 

Unfathomable Phantasmagoria

Jahméne - U.P: Unfathomable Phantasmagoria

Moonshot Music Ltd

The 2012 X-Factor runner-up releases his second album, which includes two appearances from Samuel L. Jackson.